Four suggestions to be more curious: cultivate the whole brain, expand your interests, be childlike, and ask even if you think you know the answer.
Thinking of a poet's dedication to their practice reminds me of what it takes to form a habit and change neurological pathways.
In a time when we have commuted by walking from bed to desk, it is time to remember leadership lessons we have been taught and re-examine ourselves.
With the continual breadth and depth of priorities, how do we actually go about determining what matters most?
Every time I hear the words “be nice,” I think of my mother. She would frequently use these words to remind me that I should be “nice” to my younger brother, to guests, to other kids, to any pets we had, etc. In doing so, she was saying that she expected me to be polite, to treat them well, to demonstrate that I care for them, etc.
What can we learn from the model of Kamala Harris' first 100 days in office and how can we think about our next 100 days as a leader?
MOR Associates suggests a framework for enhancing our Virtual Presence. The 5As: Aware – Appear – Active – Articulate – Authentic.
Develop a personal approach for changing habits – Coaching for relationship building and authenticity – Knowing your approach to learning
Take a few moments to envision a society where we have created an inclusive culture thus leveraging the diversity and there is justice for all.
Leaders have the position and platform to influence what people think and focus on. This is both an opportunity and a responsibility.